Asked in History
What is the term for a temporary alliance between groups who are usually on different sides?
Asked in The Hunger Games
What is a carraer on the hunger games?
Asked in Computer Memory
Does memory usually refer to permanent or temporary storage?
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between permanent and temporary exhibits in a museum?
Asked in Computers
Which account is used by temporary users of a computer?
What is the difference between migrant worker and a refugee?
Asked in US Constitution, Law & Legal Issues
A rule on a temporary basis during an enemergency?
What is the difference between episode and a disorder?
In medical terms, an episode is an abnormal behavior exhibited by a patient for a short amount of time. Episodes are temporary. Disorders are characterized by conditions that are chronic and do not pass with time. Disorders can spawn episodes, usually with a stimulus, but the two are very different.
Asked in Business & Finance
What is the Difference between a hotel and bed and breakfast?
Asked in Ireland
When do people in Ireland usually have their lunch?
What is difference between local business and international business?
What does temporary check mean?
A temporary check (also known as a counter check) is a check printed on the teller line of a bank by the tellers for a personal or business account. They are referred to as 'temporary' as they are a means to have checks for your checking account to use until your order of checks arrives from the printer. This usually takes 1-2 weeks after account opening. The difference between a temporary check and a regular check from the printer is that often times the temporary checks do not come with the customer's name and/or address or even account number printed on them. Temporary checks differ from bank to bank.
Asked in Ancient History
The temporary banishment from society or from a particular group?